We are going to Samoa in March. Does anyone know if it is possible to do renewal of vows ceremony in Samoa?
I'm thinking of visiting Samoa in May or June this year. Can anyone recommend a good resort? Is there much to do in Samoa? And I'd love a resort with a volleyball court...any ideas there they are for sure? Thanks in advance!
First time to Samoa and need advice on where to stay.Think I have narrowed it down to these two resorts however they are located in different areas of Upolo and would love to hear from someone who has been and can give us some advice.We are both in our 50's so not wanting to party but also don't want a place with lots of kids either. Thanks in advance
Am arriving on cruise ship in April at Apia Port. Is there much to do within walking distance of port eg beaches or alternatively can we obtain transport at the port without having to book a shore tour with the ship
I am interested in celebratging new year 2012 both in Tonga as well in Samoa islands and would like to know the availability of ferry service on 1st January 2012 at Niuatoputapu to go to western samoa to arrive on 1st January 2012 due to international date line imaginary date of 1st though it is 2nd Jan at Tonga. firstname.lastname@example.org
hi, i was just wondering,i'm travelling to samoa for a few days early next year and i was hoping to get a tattoo while im there, i just wanted to enquire about price and availability thank you kind regards seu
i want to get info on getting to samoa. ill be in australia and new zeland this summer for a long time. whats the best way of getting there? from australia of new zeland? any airlines you can recom? thanks
when was busses established in samoa?
Has Anyone stayed in or seen the newly constructed fale, known as a Beach Batch at Le Lagoto Beach Resort in Savaii. It's apparently one bedroom with an attached bathroom but no airconditioning and is located on the beach. There are no pictures and I'm reluctant to book a150 US/night place without a recommendation or photo to go by. Can anyone help????
Hi, me and my fiancee are going to Samoa in June for a week and have found a nice, budget place called FaoFao Beach Fales & Hotel. Has anyone been there? The reason for me asking is to find out if there are any places to dine/drink there - seems to be a small village on south-west Upolu - except the hotel? Any shops, restaurants, bars etc. over there? What prices can we expect to pay e.g. lunch or dinner or a beer? If anyone has any info about this, please post it here or write to me at email@example.com Thanks all and maan,are we looking forward to get there :) Truely a dream come true! Cheers
In August/September. 10 days on each island using public transport, is this rushing around? The islands seem to have lots to offer but is there enough for 3 weeks? p.s. do they stone "regular" tourists or is it just the tourists who go in cars and seem to snub locals by not interacting?
I am planning on going to Samoa at the end of May, beginning of June. Do I need to make hotel reservations before arriving? I like to keep my schedule flexible in case there is a part of Samoa where I would like to spend a couple of extra days or a part that I would like to leave a day earlier than I originally had planned. Do hotels fill up quickly during that time of year? Thanks, Stu
Does anyone have any information re housing costs - small homes or 2 bd apts or flats and utility costs in Apia or nearby villages. Also a view of overall moderat cost of livingin Apia? Thanks Ray
Since this a website about Saleaula. Do you know any people there?
Is there anyone who can direct me to a site that helps organise Australian junior rugby teams wanting to tour samoa and play a few games with the locals
Anyone been to this village of Samoa? Anyone know these surnames supposedly from Fagaloa: Faafua, Onofia, Sanelivi, Ti'a, Hunt??? Thanks!
Anyone have information/experience diving Samoa? When & where should I go? Thanks!
Can anyone suggest what to take to Samoa or what not to bring?? I like to pack light but effectively. Thanks! PS Anyone want to share a car rental in early September '06?
I'm headed solo to Samoa in September '06. Is there anything I should be sure to have? Anything that people normally travel with that would be better left behind? I like to travel light but effectively. PS Anyone want to share a car rental then??
My boyfriend and I will be arriving at the international airport in Upolu, Samoa about 2am in the morning, we are then travelling over to Savaii on the morning ferry. Do you think it's best to just stay in the airport until the first ferry of the day which is at 8am or to try and find somewhere to stay for a few hours? What's the airport like, is it the kind of place you could kill 5 or so hours at? If you think finding a place to stay is the best option do you know of anywhere near the airport that's cheap? Thanks
We are planig a trip to Samoa in July 2006 for about 10 days any ideas ,tips etc would be a great help. Thanxs DROPBEAR
hi, I will be in Samoa in Febuary and as a single female who doesnt drive- i just want to know if the buses are ok? any other suggestions how to get the real samoan experience would be gratefully received!
Why would I go to Amaile? I don't know...I mean who is going two thirds of the way to New Zeiland just to sit around, eat funky food and such? You get to Amaile in one of three ways. One, your born here..simple enough. Two, you join the peace corps...do they still exist? And three, the funny one, you pass out drunk on the deck of a ship to depart in a week that "accidentally" departs that afternoon. I know it was early, but that should make it safer right? Well anyway, after begging for my life I get a job on the ship. Cleaning the ship doesn't seem like a tough thing to do. Wrong! I was actually better off falling in during that horrible storm. Anyhow, I end up in sexy Samoa. Sexy...well sexy like a giant dude in a sarong trying to touch "the area covered by my bathing suit." Suffice to say, this would be a gay polyneasian fetishists paradise. No wonder I have neber met one before, they live here! Oh, my computer time is up. Wish me luck, you have no idea 'bout the food. Petois
Hi, Heading to Samoa in beginning of September and was wondering if anyone had some good tips about the places to go or stuff to do, want to meet the locals and get off the beaten track!! Would love some advice! Cheers!
What is your impression of (Western) Samoan people? In what way are they different from Europeans/Americans/Australians etc.? Looking forward to hearing from you! xxx
Hi there - please please please could somebody tell me what to expect from the weather in samoa in November. Also, I have got 11 days planned for Samoa - do you think that is too much? many thanks Sarah
Hi I will be visiting Samoa during the last week in October this year. My plan is to spend 4-5 days cycling (mostly during the mornings and evenings to avoid the heat) around the island of Savai'i and staying at fales on the way. I would appreciate any info from anyone who has been there esp cyclists. I also welcome any cycle travellers to join me. Cheers Ray
Hello. Doesn't seem to be much interest in Samoa here, but I was wondering if anyone could help me out please? Is cheap travel an option on this island? Can anyone give me a rough idea of cost forL: 1. Accomodation 2. Food 3. Beer. Transport If anyone can help I will be very grateful. Cheers.
We will be coming to Samoa next November. Can anyone give me some first hand information on Coconuts Beach Club? We plan on 13 nights here and would like to know if it's as nice as the web page. Any useful information would be appreciayed.
Hi, Am new to here, and am thinking of coming over to Samoa in July. Would someone or someones please be able to help answer some questions we have... what is the weather like in July? What is there to do in Samoa? We have a 2 yr old - we don't necessarily need 'kids stuff' to do, but just some different things to see and activities to do? Where is nice to stay? What are the prices of food and shopping like and what is the shopping like? Where is there nice places to stay, not too expensive? Is there places to eat outside of hotels? I think that is about it for now. Thanks in advance, Mel.